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Well, it's been a week, and no word on my snatched CBR. I'm enjoying this motorcycle site thing, so I married my theft-based anger with it and threw together a stolen bike registry over the weekend:

http://www.stolen-bike.com

Any and all help on getting the word out would be appreciated. It's pretty basic (heck, even ugly right now), but I'll be dressing it up and adding features as time permits.
 

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Lucky#13 said:
A smart guy too.That site has the potential for alot of traffic.With a ton of hits that means tons of advertisers.AND THAT MEANS TONS OF $$$. Right?
It could turn out to be a happy accident... I suppose?
 

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Please be sure to monitor where visitors come from to that site. there has been a few suggestions regarding what gets reported and how to get funding for the site save for google. A few sponsors like Riders Inc., Flatout, Tripage, etc...

This really does have awesome potential...
 

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I don't think you really want to get your bike back. If you do, you'll get a beat up stripped down POS.

It's better just to get the insurance money and buy a new bike.
 

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Boy, if I can find my old owners card w/ serial # for my '79 Yamaha EX500 that got stolen in Longview, WA...
 

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I think this is a sign that our admin should buy an EX for his next bike.

A 650 perhaps?
 
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